As our projects occur across multiple domains, they have a broad and varied focus. Part of our expertise is the ability to quickly familiarise ourselves with a new domain. Below you will find an up-to-date overview of projects.



2000 | Public Works and Water Management

Harvest business rules from documentation of a traffic management system. Goal is to re-design all business rules in a form that is declarative and easily understood by the business. Design a methodology to translate informal business specifications to formal rules. Important is that the formal business rules can be subject to a quality check and that a trace between informal specifications, formal specifications and implementation is always available.,Ministry of Transport


2000 | Griddle – internal project

Design of a rule induction tool in Aion. Rule induction is a form of data mining also called knowledge mining and searches for knowledge rules in a dataset. The difference with data mining is that data mining algorithms often result in models that are hard to interpret by humans. Knowledge mining aims to deliver a model containing explicit knowledge that can be understood and interpreted by humans.